About LCF Jamaica

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The Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship (LCF) is an interdenominational association of members of the legal profession, including law students and teachers of law in Jamaica.

Inspiration for the formation of LCF came in 1974 when a group of law students, influenced by a revival being experienced on the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies began to meet regularly for prayer.

On entry to the Norman Manley Law School in Kingston Jamaica, the group continued to meet and after qualifying as lawyers formally established the LCF on the 8th of September 1984 with the aim of being a source of fellowship to persons within the legal profession and a witness to the claims of Christ to the public in general and to lawyers in particular.

LCF was incorporated as a limited liability company in June 2013 and the members of the LCF Executive Committee are:

  • Helene Coley Nicholson- President
  • Jamila Thomas - Vice President
  • Charmaine Smith Bonia - Vice President
  • Susan Gordon - Membership Coordinator
  • Patricia Jackson - Treasurer
  • Marjorie Duncan - Secretar
  • Camille Scott - Assistant Secretary
  • Tamiko Smith - Communcations Office
  • Kimberley Brown - Asst. Communcations Officer
  • Gail English - Member without Portfolio
  • Jeromha Crossbourne - Member without Portfolio
  • Andrew Wildes - Member without Portfolio

LCF’s aims and objectives are to:
  • Promote and provide Christian fellowship among members of the legal profession;
  • Promote the gospel of Jesus Christ within the legal profession;
  • Uphold Biblical principles in the administration of law and justice
  • Promote and defend laws and systems grounded in Christian values

LCF’s activities, where necessary, are funded by the goodwill and contribution of its members through annual subscription fees, donations and fund raising events.